ASDA Benefits FAQ

Read what ASDA employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at ASDA include Flexible Working, Employee Discount and Sick Pay. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at ASDA listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at ASDA.

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17 English questions out of 17

23 April 2021

Does ASDA offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Discount in all the stores

Cons

Change of ownership has reduced benefits package

Change of ownership has reduced benefits package

23 April 2021

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3 October 2019

Does ASDA offer massages?

Pros

very good company. high salary, weekly bonus

Cons

the canteen is not serving free beer anymore

Advice to Management

provide beer and scotch in canteen free of charge like before

the canteen is not serving free beer anymore

3 October 2019

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8 March 2021

Does ASDA have a pension plan?

Pros

Some great colleagues and a decent job for a student looking to earn some extra money

Cons

There is a massive divide between senior managers and everyone else. You can be called into work at very short notice and don't get appreciated for doing so. They tend to offer 1 day a week contracts almost forcing you to work overtime but because your contracted hours are below a certain threshold, you don't qualify for benefits such as pension scheme

Advice to Management

Need to be more friendly and approachable to staff and need to show more appreciation to hard workers who cover a lot of extra shifts.

They tend to offer 1 day a week contracts almost forcing you to work overtime but because your contracted hours are below a certain threshold, you don't qualify for benefits such as pension scheme

8 March 2021

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2 July 2020

Does ASDA offer parental leave?

Pros

Flexible working patterns (particularly during the covid-19 crisis), Good parental leave schemes, Reasonably good office environment, Strong focus on outward perception drives health and wellbeing awareness and community/charity support and contributions, Employee discount (and other small perks) also a welcome addition, particularly given mediocre pay compared to rivals and other comparable firms.

Cons

Cloying corporate culture, particularly surrounding enforced "fun" (though thankfully less prevalent under the current CEO), Sub-inflation annual pay increments for achieving KRA targets (KPIs), Home office colleague bonus tied exclusively to total business results rather than individual performance, Disparate rates of progression (and promotional requirements/expectations) between internal teams/functions, Preach transparency but rarely practice it, Appraisal process focuses on "behaviours" at the expense of actual results (heavily weighted toward "perception", with little or no benchmarking between teams either in-function or within the wider business, very much a case of "if-your-face-fits" you'll do well and progress faster irrespective of your capability to deliver measurable results), Percentage pay increments for over-performing against KRA targets are too small an incentive to warrant the amount of extra stretch (time/effort/exposure) required to achieve them.

Advice to Management

Introduce pay banding to improve transparency, Re-benchmark pay against the industry for like-for-like roles (and pay for the quality you expect to receive, not just the bare minimum you can get away with and justify as the "industry average"), Standardise requirements and promotional progression for management roles, Re-evaluate appraisal process to accurately capture results-based performance and benchmark accordingly to stamp out favouritism (current "behaviour" based system is too wooly and willfully misinterpreted), Match annual RPI as a minimum for achieving KRA targets, and make increments meaningful... Or... Increase pay in line with annual RPI for all home office colleagues as standard unless distictly underperforming in role, and for incentive to perform better specifically link annual bonus to individual performance.

19 crisis), Good parental leave schemes, Reasonably good office environment, Strong focus on outward perception drives health and wellbeing awareness and community/charity support and contributions, Employee discount (and other small perks) also a welcome addition, particularly given mediocre pay compared to rivals and other comparable firms.

2 July 2020

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19 February 2021

Does ASDA offer employee discounts?

Pros

Good benefits and staff discount, lots of hours

Cons

Slow management process and joining the team

Good benefits and staff discount, lots of hours

19 February 2021

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